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Transition from Māori to English : a community approach

Author: Mere Berryman; T Glynn; New Zealand Council for Educational Research.
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand Council for Educational Research, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"[This book] describes the outcomes of effective whānau (immediate and extended family), kura (school), student, and researcher collaboration used to assist highly competent Māori immersion students, in their transition to a bilingual secondary school. A collbaorative story gathered from participants at the end of the programme, together with the process and outcome data, strongly support the outcomes of this  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mere Berryman; T Glynn; New Zealand Council for Educational Research.
ISBN: 1877293237 9781877293238
OCLC Number: 156230771
Description: 80 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction (The transition from learning in Māori to learning in English ; The response of one school and its community) --
2. Background to the research --
3. Outline of the programme (The students ; The whānau-kura liaison teacher ; The reading tutors: parents, whānau and community members ; The research team ; Training the teachers and the whānau and community members ; Training in the reading procedures ; Training in the writing procedures) --
4. Evaluation and results (Process evaluation ; Outcomes evaluation ; Student reading and writing: summary of outcomes evaluation) --
5. The collaborative story (The initiation of the whānau-kura programme ; Advantages arising from the programme ; Possible improvenents ; The need for a transition programme ; The student perspective ; The tutors' perspective ; Thye importanace of relationships ; Directionhs for the future ; Culture counts). 6. Conclusions (Student confidence ; Reading ; Writing ; Enjoyment of assessment ; Tutoring relationships ; Whānau motivation and invlvement ; Community relationships ; Embeddiung research in the participants' worldview ; Training whānau and community members as tutors ; Further research ; Education in a shared cultural context) --
7. References.
Responsibility: Mere Berryman, Ted Glynn.

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"[This book] describes the outcomes of effective whānau (immediate and extended family), kura (school), student, and researcher collaboration used to assist highly competent Māori immersion students, in their transition to a bilingual secondary school. A collbaorative story gathered from participants at the end of the programme, together with the process and outcome data, strongly support the outcomes of this "participant driven" programme. ..."--Back cover.

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